This is A Personal Guide to Personal Computers, published by Apple in 1982 for new users, beginners, and prospective first time buyers. Topics: Apple II, Apple Computer, A Personal Guide to Personal Computers
This is the documentation for Beyond Castle Wolfenstein, the Apple II home computer game published by MUSE Software in 1981. Topics: Apple II, software, computer game, MUSE Software, Silas Warner, Beyond Castle Wolfenstein
Jan 1, 2017byTerrapin Inc., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This is the documentation binder for Terrapin Logo 3.0 for the Apple II, II+, IIe and IIc. (64K and 128K versions). It includes scans of the binder and floppy diskettes, the Tutorial Manual , the Technical Manual , and the Quick Reference Card . Topics: Apple II, software, programming, Logo
Folksonomy : A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging. Coined by Thomas Vander Wal, it is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy. Folkscanomy : A collection of books and text derived from the efforts of volunteers to make information as widely available as possible. Because the...
Radiesthesia is the science of using the vibrational fields of the human body to access information about other objects of animate or inanimate nature by establishing resonance with their energy fields, using specially calibrated instruments and a scale of qualitative measurement to decode this information. A chart gives you a mechanism to make any multiple choice decision with your pendulum. Instead of querying only “yes/no/maybe”, you can create a chart that contains all the possible... Topics: Radiesthesia, Psychology
Sommario: - L' epigrafia italiana e le iscrizioni di M. V. Di Giovanni - Il secentismo nel Petrarca - L' Arcadia secondo Isidoro Carini - Amleto e Fausto Book digitized by Google and uploaded by ARLIMA (http://www.arlima.net) Topics: Italian literature, Italy, Hamlet, Faust, Francesco Petrarca